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Self-aligning ball bearings

Designs................................................................................................................... 470
Basic design..................................................................................................................................... 470
Sealed bearings............................................................................................................................... 470
Bearings with an extended inner ring............................................................................................ 470

Bearings on sleeves.................................................................................................. 471

Self-aligning ball bearing kits................................................................................... 474

Appropriate bearing housings................................................................................... 475

Bearing data – general............................................................................................. 476


Dimensions...................................................................................................................................... 476
Tolerances........................................................................................................................................ 476
Misalignment................................................................................................................................... 476
Internal clearance............................................................................................................................ 476
Cages................................................................................................................................................ 478
Axial load carrying capacity............................................................................................................. 478
Minimum load.................................................................................................................................. 479
Equivalent dynamic bearing load.................................................................................................... 479
Equivalent static bearing load......................................................................................................... 479
Supplementary designations.......................................................................................................... 479

Mounting bearings with a tapered bore...................................................................... 480


Measuring the clearance reduction ............................................................................................... 480
Measuring the lock nut tightening angle . ..................................................................................... 481
Measuring the axial drive-up ........................................................................................................ 481
Additional mounting information................................................................................................... 482

Product tables......................................................................................................... 484


Self-aligning ball bearings.............................................................................................................. 484
Sealed self-aligning ball bearings.................................................................................................. 492
Self-aligning ball bearings with extended inner ring.................................................................... 494
Self-aligning ball bearings on adapter sleeve................................................................................ 496

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Self-aligning ball bearings

Designs Fig. 1

The self-aligning ball bearing was invented by


SKF. It has two rows of balls and a common
sphered raceway in the outer ring. The bearing
is consequently self-aligning and insensitive to
angular misalignments of the shaft relative to
the housing. It is particularly suitable for appli-
cations where considerable shaft deflections or
misalignment are to be expected. Additionally,
the self-aligning ball bearing has the lowest
friction of all rolling bearings, which enables it to
run cooler even at high speeds.
SKF produces self-aligning ball bearings to
several designs. These are

• open bearings of the basic design († fig. 1)


• sealed bearings († fig. 2)
• open bearings with an extended inner ring Fig. 2

(† fig. 3).

Basic design
The basic design self-aligning ball bearing is
available with a cylindrical bore or, in certain size
ranges, with a tapered bore (taper 1:12).
Large self-aligning ball bearings in the 130
and 139 series originally developed for specific
applications in paper mills, can be used in any
application where low friction is preferred over
high load carrying capacity. These bearings are
provided with an annular groove and lubrication
holes in the outer ring and lubrication holes in
the inner ring († fig. 4).
The balls of some bearings in the 12 and 13
series protrude from the sides of the bearing.
The values of the protrusion are provided in Fig. 3

table 1 and should be considered when design-


ing the associated components of the bearing
arrangement.

Sealed bearings
SKF self-aligning ball bearings are also avail-
able in a sealed version with contact seals on
both sides – designation suffix 2RS1 († fig.5).
These sheet steel reinforced seals are made of
oil and wear-resistant acrylonitrile-butadiene
rubber (NBR). The permissible operating
temperature range for these seals is –40 to
+100 °C and up to +120 °C for brief periods. The
seal lip contacts a smooth chamfer on the inner
ring with light pressure.

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Fig. 4 Fig. 5

Sealed bearings are lubricated as standard Note


with a grease with lithium thickener that has Sealed bearings are lubricated for life and
good rust inhibiting properties and other char- require no maintenance. They should not be
acteristics according to table 2. heated above 80 °C before mounting and should
SKF sealed self-aligning ball bearings are not be washed.
available with a cylindrical bore. Some sizes are
also available with a tapered bore (taper 1:12).

Table 1 Table 2

Protrusion of balls from bearing side faces SKF standard grease filling for sealed self-aligning .
ball bearings
$
Technical SKF greases
specification MT47 MT33

Bearing outside
diameter, mm ≤ 62 >62

Thickener Lithium soap Lithium soap

Base oil type Mineral oil Mineral oil

NLGI consistency
class 2 3
Bearing Protrusion
C1 Temperature
range, °C1) –30 to +110 –30 to +120
– mm
Base oil
viscosity, mm2/s
1224 (K) 1,3 at 40 °C 70 98
1226 1,4 at 100 °C 7,3 9,4

1318 (K) 1
1319 (K) 1,5

1320 (K) 2,5


1322 (K) 2,6 1) For safe operating temperature, † section “Temperature
range – the SKF traffic light concept”, starting on page 232

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Self-aligning ball bearings

Bearings with an extended inner ring Fig. 6

Self-aligning ball bearings with an extended


inner ring are designed for less demanding
applications using commercial grade shafting.
The special bore tolerance enables easy mount-
ing and dismounting.
Self-aligning ball bearings with an extended
inner ring are axially located on the shaft by
means of a pin or shouldered screw († fig. 6),
which engages in a slot at one side of the inner
ring and also prevents the inner ring from turn-
ing on the shaft.
When two self-aligning ball bearings with an
extended inner ring are used to support a shaft,
they should be positioned so that the inner ring
slots either face each other, or are at the out-
board positions of the bearings († fig. 7). If this
is not the case, the shaft is axially located in one
direction only.

Fig. 7

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Bearings on sleeves Fig. 8

Adapter and withdrawal sleeves are used to


secure bearings with a tapered bore onto cylin-
drical shaft seats. They facilitate bearing mount-
ing and dismounting and often simplify bearing
arrangement design.
Adapter sleeves († figs. 8 and 9) are more
popular than withdrawal sleeves († fig. 10)
as they do not require axial locating devices on
the shaft. That is why only adapter sleeves are
shown together with suitable bearings in the
product table, starting on page 496.
SKF adapter sleeves are slotted and are
supplied complete with lock nut and locking
device. The adapter sleeves for use with sealed
self-aligning ball bearings are equipped with a
special locking washer that has a protrusion on
Fig. 9
the side facing the bearing, in order to prevent
the seal from being damaged († fig. 11). These
sleeves are identified by the suffix C.

Fig. 11 Fig. 10

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Self-aligning ball bearing Table 3

kits SKF self-aligning ball bearing/adapter sleeve kits

Bearing kit Parts Shaft


To facilitate procurement and to provide the Designation Designation diameter
correct bearing/sleeve combination, SKF offers Bearing Sleeve mm
the most popular self-aligning ball bearings
together with the suitable adapter sleeve as a kit KAM 1206 1206 EKTN9/C3 H 206 25
KAM 1207 1207 EKTN9/C3 H 207 30
(† fig. 12). KAM 1208 1208 EKTN9/C3 H 208 35
Mounting can easily be performed with the KAM 1209 1209 EKTN9/C3 H 209 40
help of the SKF lock nut spanner set TMHN 7 KAM 1210 1210 EKTN9/C3 H 210 45
(† page 1070). KAM 1211 1211 EKTN9/C3 H 211 50
The range of these kits is shown in table 3.

The technical data are provided in the product table on


pages 496 to 499

Fig. 12

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Appropriate bearing Fig. 13

housings
Self-aligning ball bearings with a cylindrical
bore or with a tapered bore on adapter sleeve
can be mounted in a variety of housings, such as

• SNL plummer (pillow) block housings in the


2, 3, 5 and 6 series († fig. 13)
• TVN housings
• 7225(00) flanged housings
• SAF plummer (pillow) block housings for inch-
size shafts.

Bearings with an extended inner ring can be


mounted in specially designed housings, such as

• TN housings
• I-1200(00) flanged housings.

A brief description of these housings is provided


in the section “Bearing housings”, starting on
page 1031. Detailed information on these
housings can be found in the “SKF Interactive
Engineering Catalogue” on CD-ROM or online at
www.skf.com.

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Bearing data – general Table 4

Permissible angular misalignment


Dimensions
The boundary dimensions of SKF self-aligning
ball bearings, with the exception of those with
an extended inner ring, are in accordance with
ISO 15:1998. The dimensions of the bearings
with an extended inner ring follow DIN 630,
part 2, withdrawn in 1993. B

Tolerances
SKF self-aligning ball bearings are manufac-
tured as standard to Normal tolerances, except
the bore of the bearings with extended inner
ring, which is produced to tolerance JS7.
The values of the Normal tolerances are
in accordance with ISO 492:2002 and can be Bearings/ Misalignment
found in table 3 on page 125. series a

– degrees

Misalignment 108, 126, 127, 129, 135 3


The design of self-aligning ball bearings is such 12 (E) 2,5
13 (E) 3
that angular misalignment between the outer
and the inner rings can be accommodated with- 22 (E) 2,5
22 E-2RS1 1,5
out any negative effect on bearing performance. 23 (E) 3
Guideline values for the permissible angular
23 E-2RS1 1,5
misalignment between outer and inner rings 112 (E) 2,5
under normal operating conditions are provided 130, 139 3
in table 4. Whether these values can be fully
exploited depend on the bearing arrangement
design and the type of seal used.

Internal clearance
SKF self-aligning ball bearings are produced as
standard with Normal radial internal clearance
and most are also available with the greater
C3 clearance. Many bearings can also be sup-
plied with the smaller C2 clearance or the much
greater C4 clearance.
Bearings in the 130 and 139 series have C3
radial internal clearance as standard.
Bearings with an extended inner ring have
a radial internal clearance which lies in the C2 +
Normal range.
Clearance values are provided in table 5 and
are in accordance with ISO 5753:1991. They
are valid for unmounted bearings under zero
measuring loads.

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Table 5

Radial internal clearance of self-aligning ball bearings

Bore Radial internal clearance


diameter C2 Normal C3 C4
d
over incl. min max min max min max min max

mm μm

Bearings with a cylindrical bore

2,5 6 1 8 5 15 10 20 15 25
6 10 2 9 6 17 12 25 19 33
10 14 2 10 6 19 13 26 21 35

14 18 3 12 8 21 15 28 23 37
18 24 4 14 10 23 17 30 25 39
24 30 5 16 11 24 19 35 29 46

30 40 6 18 13 29 23 40 34 53
40 50 6 19 14 31 25 44 37 57
50 65 7 21 16 36 30 50 45 69

65 80 8 24 18 40 35 60 54 83
80 100 9 27 22 48 42 70 64 96
100 120 10 31 25 56 50 83 75 114

120 140 10 38 30 68 60 100 90 135


140 150 – – – – 70 120 – –
150 180 – – – – 80 130 – –

180 200 – – – – 90 150 – –


200 220 – – – – 100 165 – –
220 240 – – – – 110 180 – –

Bearings with a tapered bore

18 24 7 17 13 26 20 33 28 42
24 30 9 20 15 28 23 39 33 50
30 40 12 24 19 35 29 46 40 59

40 50 14 27 22 39 33 52 45 65
50 65 18 32 27 47 41 61 56 80
65 80 23 39 35 57 50 75 69 98

80 100 29 47 42 68 62 90 84 116
100 120 35 56 50 81 75 108 100 139

Please refer to page 137 for the definition of radial internal clearance

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Self-aligning ball bearings

Cages use bearings with a pressed steel or machined


Depending on the bearing series and size, SKF brass cage.
self-aligning ball bearings are fitted as standard For detailed information about the tempera-
with one of the following cages († fig. 14) ture resistance and the applicability of cages,
please refer to the section “Cage materials”,
• a one-piece pressed steel cage, ball centred, starting on page 140.
no designation suffix (a)
• a two-piece pressed steel cage, ball centred,
no designation suffix (b) Axial load carrying capacity
• a one-piece (c) or two-piece injection mould- The ability of a self-aligning ball bearing
ed snap-type cage of glass fibre reinforced mounted on an adapter sleeve on smooth shafts
polyamide 6,6, ball centred, designation without an integral shoulder to carry axial loads,
suffix TN9 depends on the friction between the sleeve and
• a one-piece (c) or two-piece injection mould- shaft. The permissible axial load can be approxi-
ed snap-type cage of polyamide 6,6, ball mately determined from
centred, designation suffix TN
• a one-piece or two-piece (d) machined brass Fap = 0,003 B d
cage, ball centred, designation suffix M or
no suffix (large size). where
Fap = maximum permissible axial load, kN
Contact SKF for availability of bearings with B = bearing width, mm
non-standard cages. d = bearing bore diameter, mm

Note
Self-aligning ball bearings with polyamide 6,6
cages can be operated at temperatures up to
+120 °C. The lubricants generally used for roll-
ing bearings do not have a detrimental effect on
cage properties, with the exception of a few syn-
thetic oils and greases with a synthetic oil base,
and lubricants containing a high proportion of
EP additives when used at high temperatures.
For bearing arrangements, which are to be
operated at continuously high temperatures or
under arduous conditions, it is recommended to
Fig. 14

a b c d

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Minimum load Supplementary designations
In order to provide satisfactory operation, self- The designation suffixes used to identify certain
aligning ball bearings, like all ball and roller features of SKF self-aligning ball bearings are
bearings, must always be subjected to a given explained in the following.
minimum load, particularly if they are to operate
at high speeds or are subjected to high acceler­ C3 Radial internal clearance greater than
ations or rapid changes in the direction of load. Normal
Under such conditions, the inertia forces of the E Optimized internal design
balls and cage, and the friction in the lubricant, K Tapered bore, taper 1:12
can have a detrimental influence on the rolling M Machined brass cage, ball centred
conditions in the bearing arrangement and may TN Injection moulded snap-type cage of
cause damaging sliding movements to occur polyamide 6,6, ball centred
between the balls and raceways. TN9 Injection moulded snap-type cage of
The requisite minimum load to be applied glass fibre reinforced polyamide 6,6,
to self-aligning ball bearings can be estimated ball centred
using 2RS1 Sheet steel reinforced contact seal of
acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR) on
Pm = 0,01 C0 both sides of the bearing

where
Pm = equivalent minimum load, kN
C0 = basic static load rating, kN
(† product tables)

When starting up at low temperatures or when


the lubricant is highly viscous, even greater
minimum loads may be required. The weight
of the components supported by the bearing,
together with external forces, generally exceeds
the requisite minimum load. If this is not the
case, the self-aligning ball bearing must be sub-
jected to an additional radial load, for example,
by increasing belt tension or by similar means.

Equivalent dynamic bearing load

P = Fr + Y1 Fa when Fa/Fr ≤ e
P = 0,65 Fr + Y2 Fa when Fa/Fr > e

Values of Y1, Y2 and e can be found in the prod-


uct tables.

Equivalent static bearing load

P0 = Fr + Y0 Fa

Values of Y0 can be found in the product tables.

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Mounting bearings Table 6

with a tapered bore Mounting self-aligning ball bearings with a tapered


bore
Self-aligning ball bearings with a tapered bore
are always mounted with an interference fit
on a tapered shaft seating or an adapter or
withdrawal sleeve. As a measure of the degree T
of interference of the fit, either the reduction
in radial internal clearance of the bearing or
the axial displacement of the inner ring on its
tapered seating is used.
Suitable methods for mounting self-aligning
ball bearings with tapered bore are:

• Measuring the clearance reduction.


• Measuring the lock nut tightening angle.
• Measuring the axial drive-up.

Measuring the clearance reduction


When mounting basic design self-aligning ball
bearings with the relatively small Normal radial Bore Tightening Axial
internal clearance, it is generally sufficient to diameter angle drive-up
d a s
check clearance during the drive-up by turn-
ing and swivelling out the outer ring. When the mm degrees mm
bearing is properly mounted the outer ring can
be easily turned but there should be a slight 20 80 0,22
25 55 0,22
resistance when the outer ring is swivelled out. 30 55 0,22
The bearing will then have the requisite inter-
35 70 0,30
ference fit. In some cases the residual internal 40 70 0,30
clearance may be too small for the application, 45 80 0,35
and a bearing with C3 radial internal clearance 50 80 0,35
should be used instead. 55 75 0,40
60 75 0,40

65 80 0,40
70 80 0,40
75 85 0,45

80 85 0,45
85 110 0,60
90 110 0,60

95 110 0,60
100 110 0,60
110 125 0,70

120 125 0,70

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Measuring the lock nut tightening angle Fig. 15

The procedure for using the nut tightening angle


a († fig. 15) represents an easy method for
mounting self-aligning ball bearings with
a tapered bore correctly. Recommended values
for the nut tightening angle a are provided in
table 6.
Before starting the final tightening procedure,
the bearing should be pushed up on the tapered
seating until the bore of the bearing or sleeve is
in contact with the seating on the shaft around
its whole circumference, i.e. the bearing inner B
ring cannot be rotated relatively to the shaft. By
then turning the nut through the given angle a,
the bearing will be pressed up the tapered
­seating. The residual clearance of the bearing
should be checked by turning and swivelling out
the outer ring.
Then unscrew the nut, place the locking
washer in position and thighten the nut firmly
again. Lock the nut by bending one of the lock-
ing washer tabs into one of the nut slots.

Measuring the axial drive-up


Mounting bearings with a tapered bore can be
done by measuring the axial drive-up of the
inner ring on its seating. Recommended values
for the required axial drive-up “s” for general
applications are provided in table 6.
The most suitable method in this case is the Fig. 16

SKF Drive-up Method. This mounting method


provides a very reliable and easy way to deter-
mine the starting position for a bearing from d
which the axial displacement is to be meas-
ured. For that, the following mounting tools
(† fig. 16) must be used a
• an SKF hydraulic nut of the HMV .. E
design (a)
• an appropriate hydraulic pump (b)
• a pressure gauge (c), appropriate to the
mounting conditions
• a dial gauge (d).

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Fig. 17
Applying the SKF Drive-up Method, the
bearing is pushed up its seating to a defined
starting position († fig. 17) using a given oil
pressure (corresponding to a given drive-up
force) in the hydraulic nut. In this way, part of “zero position”
the desired reduction in radial internal clearance starting position
is achieved. The oil pressure is monitored by the final position
TT
pressure gauge. The bearing is then driven up
from the defined starting position through
a given distance to its final position. The axial
displacement “ss” is accurately determined using
the dial gauge mounted on the hydraulic nut.
SKF has determined values of the requisite
oil pressure and the axial displacement for indi-
vidual bearings. These values apply to bearing
arrangements († fig. 18) with

• one sliding interface (a and b) or


• two sliding interfaces (c).

Additional mounting information


Additional information on mounting self-align-
ing ball bearings in general or with the aid of the
SKF Drive-up Method can be found

• in the handbook “SKF Drive-up Method” on


CD-ROM
• online at www.skf.com/mount.

Fig. 18

a b c

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d 5 – 25 mm

#
S
S

S
S

% % E E E

Cylindrical bore Tapered bore

Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Speed ratings Mass Designations


dimensions dynamic static load Refer- Limiting Bearing with
limit ence speed cylindrical tapered
d D B C C0 Pu speed bore bore

mm kN kN r/min kg –

5 19 6 2,51 0,48 0,025 63 000 45 000 0,009 135 TN9 –



6 19 6 2,51 0,48 0,025 70 000 45 000 0,009 126 TN9 –

7 22 7 2,65 0,56 0,029 63 000 40 000 0,014 127 TN9 –

8 22 7 2,65 0,56 0,029 60 000 40 000 0,014 108 TN9 –

9 26 8 3,90 0,82 0,043 60 000 38 000 0,022 129 TN9 –

10 30 9 5,53 1,18 0,061 56 000 36 000 0,034 1200 ETN9 –
30 14 8,06 1,73 0,090 50 000 34 000 0,047 2200 ETN9 –

12 32 10 6,24 1,43 0,072 50 000 32 000 0,040 1201 ETN9 –
32 14 8,52 1,90 0,098 45 000 30 000 0,053 2201 ETN9 –
37 12 9,36 2,16 0,12 40 000 28 000 0,067 1301 ETN9 –
37 17 11,7 2,70 0,14 38 000 28 000 0,095 2301 –

15 35 11 7,41 1,76 0,09 45 000 28 000 0,049 1202 ETN9 –
35 14 8,71 2,04 0,11 38 000 26 000 0,060 2202 ETN9 –
42 13 10,8 2,60 0,14 34 000 24 000 0,094 1302 ETN9 –
42 17 11,9 2,90 0,15 32 000 24 000 0,12 2302 –

17 40 12 8,84 2,20 0,12 38 000 24 000 0,073 1203 ETN9 –
40 16 10,6 2,55 0,14 34 000 24 000 0,088 2203 ETN9 –
47 14 12,7 3,40 0,18 28 000 20 000 0,12 1303 ETN9 –
47 19 14,6 3,55 0,19 30 000 22 000 0,16 2303 –

20 47 14 12,7 3,4 0,18 32 000 20 000 0,12 1204 ETN9 1204 EKTN9
47 18 16,8 4,15 0,22 28 000 20 000 0,14 2204 ETN9 –
52 15 14,3 4 0,21 26 000 18 000 0,16 1304 ETN9 –
52 21 18,2 4,75 0,24 26 000 19 000 0,22 2304 TN –

25 52 15 14,3 4 0,21 28 000 18 000 0,14 1205 ETN9 1205 EKTN9
52 18 16,8 4,4 0,23 26 000 18 000 0,16 2205 ETN9 2205 EKTN9
62 17 19 5,4 0,28 22 000 15 000 0,26 1305 ETN9 1305 EKTN9
62 24 27 7,1 0,37 22 000 16 000 0,34 2305 ETN9 –

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SB

SB

%B EB

Dimensions Abutment and fillet Calculation factors


dimensions

d d2 D1 r1,2 da Da ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ ~ min min max max

mm mm –

5 10,3 15,4 0,3 7,4 16,6 0,3 0,33 1,9 3 2



6 10,3 15,4 0,3 8,4 16,6 0,3 0,33 1,9 3 2

7 12,6 17,6 0,3 9,4 19,6 0,3 0,33 1,9 3 2

8 12,6 17,6 0,3 10,4 19,6 0,3 0,33 1,9 3 2

9 14,8 21,1 0,3 11,4 23,6 0,3 0,33 1,9 3 2

10 16,7 24,4 0,6 14,2 25,8 0,6 0,33 1,9 3 2
15,3 24,3 0,6 14,2 25,8 0,6 0,54 1,15 1,8 1,3

12 18,2 26,4 0,6 16,2 27,8 0,6 0,33 1,9 3 2
17,5 26,5 0,6 16,2 27,8 0,6 0,50 1,25 2 1,3
20 30,8 1 17,6 31,4 1 0,35 1,8 2,8 1,8
18,6 31 1 17,6 31,4 1 0,60 1,05 1,6 1,1

15 21,2 29,6 0,6 19,2 30,8 0,6 0,33 1,9 3 2
20,9 30,2 0,6 19,2 30,8 0,6 0,43 1,5 2,3 1,6
23,9 35,3 1 20,6 36,4 1 0,31 2 3,1 2,2
23,2 35,2 1 20,6 36,4 1 0,52 1,2 1,9 1,3

17 24 33,6 0,6 21,2 35,8 0,6 0,31 2 3,1 2,2
23,8 34,1 0,6 21,2 35,8 0,6 0,43 1,5 2,3 1,6
28,9 41 1 22,6 41,4 1 0,30 2,1 3,3 2,2
25,8 39,4 1 22,6 41,4 1 0,52 1,2 1,9 1,3

20 28,9 41 1 25,6 41,4 1 0,30 2,1 3,3 2,2
27,4 41 1 25,6 41,4 1 0,40 1,6 2,4 1,6
33,3 45,6 1,1 27 45 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
28,8 43,7 1,1 27 45 1 0,52 1,2 1,9 1,3

25 33,3 45,6 1 30,6 46,4 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
32,3 46,1 1 30,6 46,4 1 0,35 1,8 2,8 1,8
37,8 52,5 1,1 32 55 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
35,5 53,5 1,1 32 55 1 0,44 1,4 2,2 1,4

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d 30 – 65 mm

#
S
S

S
S

% % E E E

Cylindrical bore Tapered bore

Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Speed ratings Mass Designations


dimensions dynamic static load Refer- Limiting Bearing with
limit ence speed cylindrical tapered
d D B C C0 Pu speed bore bore

mm kN kN r/min kg –

30 62 16 15,6 4,65 0,24 24 000 15 000 0,22 1206 ETN9 1206 EKTN9
62 20 23,8 6,7 0,35 22 000 15 000 0,26 2206 ETN9 2206 EKTN9
72 19 22,5 6,8 0,36 19 000 13 000 0,39 1306 ETN9 1306 EKTN9
72 27 31,2 8,8 0,45 18 000 13 000 0,50 2306 2306 K

35 72 17 19 6 0,31 20 000 13 000 0,32 1207 ETN9 1207 EKTN9
72 23 30,7 8,8 0,46 18 000 12 000 0,40 2207 ETN9 2207 EKTN9
80 21 26,5 8,5 0,43 16 000 11 000 0,51 1307 ETN9 1307 EKTN9
80 31 39,7 11,2 0,59 16 000 12 000 0,68 2307 ETN9 2307 EKTN9

40 80 18 19,9 6,95 0,36 18 000 11 000 0,42 1208 ETN9 1208 EKTN9
80 23 31,9 10 0,51 16 000 11 000 0,51 2208 ETN9 2208 EKTN9
90 23 33,8 11,2 0,57 14 000 9 500 0,68 1308 ETN9 1308 EKTN9
90 33 54 16 0,82 14 000 10 000 0,93 2308 ETN9 2308 EKTN9

45 85 19 22,9 7,8 0,40 17 000 11 000 0,47 1209 ETN9 1209 EKTN9
85 23 32,5 10,6 0,54 15 000 10 000 0,55 2209 ETN9 2209 EKTN9
100 25 39 13,4 0,70 12 000 8 500 0,96 1309 ETN9 1309 EKTN9
100 36 63,7 19,3 1 13 000 9 000 1,25 2309 ETN9 2309 EKTN9

50 90 20 26,5 9,15 0,48 16 000 10 000 0,53 1210 ETN9 1210 EKTN9
90 23 33,8 11,2 0,57 14 000 9 500 0,60 2210 ETN9 2210 EKTN9
110 27 43,6 14 0,72 12 000 8 000 1,20 1310 ETN9 1310 EKTN9
110 40 63,7 20 1,04 14 000 9 500 1,65 2310 2310 K

55 100 21 27,6 10,6 0,54 14 000 9 000 0,71 1211 ETN9 1211 EKTN9
100 25 39 13,4 0,70 12 000 8 500 0,81 2211 ETN9 2211 EKTN9
120 29 50,7 18 0,92 11 000 7 500 1,60 1311 ETN9 1311 EKTN9
120 43 76,1 24 1,25 11 000 7 500 2,10 2311 2311 K

60 110 22 31,2 12,2 0,62 12 000 8 500 0,90 1212 ETN9 1212 EKTN9
110 28 48,8 17 0,88 11 000 8 000 1,10 2212 ETN9 2212 EKTN9
130 31 58,5 22 1,12 9 000 6 300 1,95 1312 ETN9 1312 EKTN9
130 46 87,1 28,5 1,46 9 500 7 000 2,60 2312 2312 K

65 120 23 35,1 14 0,72 11 000 7 000 1,15 1213 ETN9 1213 EKTN9
120 31 57,2 20 1,02 10 000 7 000 1,45 2213 ETN9 2213 EKTN9
140 33 65 25,5 1,25 8 500 6 000 2,45 1313 ETN9 1313 EKTN9
140 48 95,6 32,5 1,66 9 000 6 300 3,25 2313 2313 K

486

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Dimensions Abutment and fillet Calculation factors


dimensions

d d2 D1 r1,2 da Da ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ ~ min min max max

mm mm –

30 40,1 53 1 35,6 56,4 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5


38,8 55 1 35,6 56,4 1 0,33 1,9 3 2
44,9 60,9 1,1 37 65 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
41,7 60,9 1,1 37 65 1 0,44 1,4 2,2 1,4

35 47 62,3 1,1 42 65 1 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
45,3 64,2 1,1 42 65 1 0,31 2 3,1 2,2
51,5 69,5 1,5 44 71 1,5 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
46,5 68,4 1,5 44 71 1,5 0,46 1,35 2,1 1,4

40 53,6 68,8 1,1 47 73 1 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
52,4 71,6 1,1 47 73 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
61,5 81,5 1,5 49 81 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
53,7 79,2 1,5 49 81 1,5 0,40 1,6 2,4 1,6

45 57,5 73,7 1,1 52 78 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2
55,3 74,6 1,1 52 78 1 0,26 2,4 3,7 2,5
67,7 89,5 1,5 54 91 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
60,1 87,4 1,5 54 91 1,5 0,33 1,9 3 2

50 61,7 79,5 1,1 57 83 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2
61,5 81,5 1,1 57 83 1 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
70,3 95 2 61 99 2 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8
65,8 94,4 2 61 99 2 0,43 1,5 2,3 1,6

55 70,1 88,4 1,5 64 91 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6
67,7 89,5 1,5 64 91 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
77,7 104 2 66 109 2 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
72 103 2 66 109 2 0,40 1,6 2,4 1,6

60 78 97,6 1,5 69 101 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6
74,5 98,6 1,5 69 101 1,5 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8
91,6 118 2,1 72 118 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
76,9 112 2,1 72 118 2 0,33 1,9 3 2

65 85,3 106 1,5 74 111 1,5 0,18 3,5 5,4 3,6
80,7 107 1,5 74 111 1,5 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8
99 127 2,1 77 128 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
85,5 122 2,1 77 128 2 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

487

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Self-aligning ball bearings
d 70 – 120 mm

#
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Cylindrical bore Tapered bore

Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Speed ratings Mass Designations


dimensions dynamic static load Refer- Limiting Bearing with
limit ence speed cylindrical tapered
d D B C C0 Pu speed bore bore

mm kN kN r/min kg –

70 125 24 35,8 14,6 0,75 11 000 7 000 1,25 1214 ETN9 –


125 31 44,2 17 0,88 10 000 6 700 1,50 2214 –
150 35 74,1 27,5 1,34 8 500 6 000 3,00 1314 –
150 51 111 37,5 1,86 8 000 6 000 3,90 2314 –

75 130 25 39 15,6 0,80 10 000 6 700 1,35 1215 1215 K
130 31 58,5 22 1,12 9 000 6 300 1,60 2215 ETN9 2215 EKTN9
160 37 79,3 30 1,43 8 000 5 600 3,55 1315 1315 K
160 55 124 43 2,04 7 500 5 600 4,70 2315 2315 K

80 140 26 39,7 17 0,83 9 500 6 000 1,65 1216 1216 K
140 33 65 25,5 1,25 8 500 6 000 2,00 2216 ETN9 2216 EKTN9
170 39 88,4 33,5 1,50 7 500 5 300 4,20 1316 1316 K
170 58 135 49 2,24 7 000 5 300 6,10 2316 2316 K

85 150 28 48,8 20,8 0,98 9 000 5 600 2,05 1217 1217 K
150 36 58,5 23,6 1,12 8 000 5 600 2,50 2217 2217 K
180 41 97,5 38 1,70 7 000 4 800 5,00 1317 1317 K
180 60 140 51 2,28 6 700 4 800 7,05 2317 2317 K

90 160 30 57,2 23,6 1,08 8 500 5 300 2,50 1218 1218 K
160 40 70,2 28,5 1,32 7 500 5 300 3,40 2218 2218 K
190 43 117 44 1,93 6 700 4 500 5,80 1318 1318 K
190 64 153 57 2,50 6 300 4 500 8,45 2318 M 2318 KM

95 170 32 63,7 27 1,20 8 000 5 000 3,10 1219 1219 K
170 43 83,2 34,5 1,53 7 000 5 000 4,10 2219 M 2219 KM
200 45 133 51 2,16 6 300 4 300 6,70 1319 1319 K
200 67 165 64 2,75 6 000 4 500 9,80 2319 M –

100 180 34 68,9 30 1,29 7 500 4 800 3,70 1220 1220 K
180 46 97,5 40,5 1,76 6 700 4 800 5,00 2220 M 2220 KM
215 47 143 57 2,36 6 000 4 000 8,30 1320 1320 K
215 73 190 80 3,25 5 600 4 000 12,5 2320 M 2320 KM

110 200 38 88,4 39 1,60 6 700 4 300 5,15 1222 1222 K
200 53 124 52 2,12 6 000 4 300 7,10 2222 M 2222 KM
240 50 163 72 2,75 5 300 3 600 12,0 1322 M 1322 KM

120 215 42 119 53 2,12 6 300 4 000 6,75 1224 M 1224 KM

488

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dimensions

d d2 D1 r1,2 da Da ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ ~ min min max max

mm mm –

70 87,4 109 1,5 79 116 1,5 0,18 3,5 5,4 3,6


87,5 111 1,5 79 116 1,5 0,27 2,3 3,6 2,5
97,7 129 2,1 82 138 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
91,6 130 2,1 82 138 2 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

75 93 116 1,5 84 121 1,5 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
91,6 118 1,5 84 121 1,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
104 138 2,1 87 148 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
97,8 139 2,1 87 148 2 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

80 101 125 2 91 129 2 0,16 3,9 6,1 4
99 127 2 91 129 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
109 147 2,1 92 158 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
104 148 2,1 92 158 2 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

85 107 134 2 96 139 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
105 133 2 96 139 2 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
117 155 3 99 166 2,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
115 157 3 99 166 2,5 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

90 112 142 2 101 149 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
112 142 2 101 149 2 0,27 2,3 3,6 2,5
122 165 3 104 176 2,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
121 164 3 104 176 2,5 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

95 120 151 2,1 107 158 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
118 151 2,1 107 158 2 0,27 2,3 3,6 2,5
127 174 3 109 186 2,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
128 172 3 109 186 2,5 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

100 127 159 2,1 112 168 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
124 160 2,1 112 168 2 0,27 2,3 3,6 2,5
136 185 3 114 201 2,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
135 186 3 114 201 2,5 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

110 140 176 2,1 122 188 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
137 177 2,1 122 188 2 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
154 206 3 124 226 2,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8

120 149 190 2,1 132 203 2 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6

489

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Self-aligning ball bearings
d 130 – 240 mm
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Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Speed ratings Mass Designation


dimensions dynamic static load Refer- Limiting
limit ence speed
d D B C C0 Pu speed

mm kN kN r/min kg –

130 230 46 127 58,5 2,24 5 600 3 600 8,30 1226 M



150 225 56 57,2 23,6 0,88 5 600 3 400 7,50 13030

180 280 74 95,6 40 1,34 4 500 2 800 16,0 13036

200 280 60 60,5 29 0,97 4 300 2 600 10,7 13940

220 300 60 60,5 30,5 0,97 3 800 2 400 11,0 13944

240 320 60 60,5 32 0,98 3 800 2 200 11,3 13948

490

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dimensions

d d2 D1 b K r1,2 da Da ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ ~ min min max max

mm mm –

130 163 204 – – 3 144 216 2,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6

150 175 203 8,3 4,5 2,1 161 214 2 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8

180 212 249 13,9 7,5 2,1 191 269 2 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5

200 229 258 8,3 4,5 2,1 211 269 2 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6

220 249 278 8,3 4,5 2,1 231 289 2 0,18 3,5 5,4 3,6

240 269 298 8,3 4,5 2,1 251 309 2 0,16 3,9 6,1 4

491

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Sealed self-aligning ball bearings
d 10 – 70 mm

#
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Cylindrical bore Tapered bore

Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Limiting Mass Designations


dimensions dynamic static load speed Bearing with
limit cylindrical tapered
d D B C C0 Pu bore bore

mm kN kN r/min kg –

10 30 14 5,53 1,18 0,06 17 000 0,048 2200 E-2RS1TN9 –



12 32 14 6,24 1,43 0,08 16 000 0,053 2201 E-2RS1TN9 –

15 35 14 7,41 1,76 0,09 14 000 0,058 2202 E-2RS1TN9 –
42 17 10,8 2,6 0,14 12 000 0,11 2302 E-2RS1TN9 –

17 40 16 8,84 2,2 0,12 12 000 0,089 2203 E-2RS1TN9 –
47 19 12,7 3,4 0,18 11 000 0,16 2303 E-2RS1TN9 –

20 47 18 12,7 3,4 0,18 10 000 0,14 2204 E-2RS1TN9 –
52 21 14,3 4 0,21 9 000 0,21 2304 E-2RS1TN9 –

25 52 18 14,3 4 0,21 9 000 0,16 2205 E-2RS1TN9 2205 E-2RS1KTN9
62 24 19 5,4 0,28 7 500 0,34 2305 E-2RS1TN9 –

30 62 20 15,6 4,65 0,24 7 500 0,26 2206 E-2RS1TN9 2206 E-2RS1KTN9
72 27 22,5 6,8 0,36 6 700 0,51 2306 E-2RS1TN9 –

35 72 23 19 6 0,31 6 300 0,41 2207 E-2RS1TN9 2207 E-2RS1KTN9
80 31 26,5 8,5 0,43 5 600 0,70 2307 E-2RS1TN9 –

40 80 23 19,9 6,95 0,36 5 600 0,50 2208 E-2RS1TN9 2208 E-2RS1KTN9
90 33 33,8 11,2 0,57 5 000 0,96 2308 E-2RS1TN9 –

45 85 23 22,9 7,8 0,40 5 300 0,53 2209 E-2RS1TN9 2209 E-2RS1KTN9
100 36 39 13,4 0,70 4 500 1,30 2309 E-2RS1TN9 –

50 90 23 22,9 8,15 0,42 4 800 0,57 2210 E-2RS1TN9 2210 E-2RS1KTN9
110 40 43,6 14 0,72 4 000 1,65 2310 E-2RS1TN9 –

55 100 25 27,6 10,6 0,54 4 300 0,79 2211 E-2RS1TN9 2211 E-2RS1KTN9

60 110 28 31,2 12,2 0,62 3 800 1,05 2212 E-2RS1TN9 2212 E-2RS1KTN9

65 120 31 35,1 14 0,72 3 600 1,40 2213 E-2RS1TN9 2213 E-2RS1KTN9

70 125 31 35,8 14,6 0,75 3 400 1,45 2214 E-2RS1TN9 –

492

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Dimensions Abutment and fillet Calculation factors


dimensions

d d2 D1 r1,2 da da Da ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
min min max max max

mm mm –

10 14 24,8 0,6 14 14 25,8 0,6 0,33 1,9 3 2



12 15,5 27,4 0,6 15,5 15,5 27,8 0,6 0,33 1,9 3 2

15 19,1 30,4 0,6 19 19 30,8 0,6 0,33 1,9 3 2
20,3 36,3 1 20 20 36,4 1 0,31 2 3,1 2,2

17 21,1 35 0,6 21 21 35,8 0,6 0,31 2 3,1 2,2
25,5 41,3 1 22 25,5 41,4 1 0,30 2,1 3,3 2,2

20 25,9 41,3 1 25 25,5 41,4 1 0,30 2,1 3,3 2,2
28,6 46,3 1,1 26,5 28,5 45 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5

25 31 46,3 1 30,6 31 46,4 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
32,8 52,7 1,1 32 32,5 55 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5

30 36,7 54,1 1 35,6 36,5 56,4 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
40,4 61,9 1,1 37 40 65 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5

35 42,7 62,7 1,1 42 42,5 65 1 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
43,7 69,2 1,5 43,5 43,5 71 1,5 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5

40 49 69,8 1,1 47 49 73 1 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
55,4 81,8 1,5 49 55 81 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8

45 53,1 75,3 1,1 52 53 78 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2
60,9 90 1,5 54 60,5 91 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8

50 58,1 79,5 1,1 57 58 83 1 0,20 3,2 4,9 3,2
62,9 95,2 2 61 62,5 99 2 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8

55 65,9 88,5 1,5 64 65,5 91 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6

60 73,2 97 1,5 69 73 101 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6

65 79,3 106 1,5 74 79 111 1,5 0,18 3,5 5,4 3,6

70 81,4 109 1,5 79 81 116 1,5 0,18 3,5 5,4 3,6

493

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Self-aligning ball bearings with extended inner ring
d 20 – 60 mm

$
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Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Limiting Mass Designation


dimensions dynamic static load speed
limit
d D C C C0 Pu

mm kN kN r/min kg –

20 47 14 12,7 3,4 0,18 9 000 0,18 11204 ETN9



25 52 15 14,3 4 0,21 8 000 0,22 11205 ETN9

30 62 16 15,6 4,65 0,24 6 700 0,35 11206 TN9

35 72 17 15,9 5,1 0,27 5 600 0,54 11207 TN9

40 80 18 19 6,55 0,34 5 000 0,72 11208 TN9

45 85 19 21,6 7,35 0,38 4 500 0,77 11209 TN9

50 90 20 22,9 8,15 0,42 4 300 0,85 11210 TN9

60 110 22 30,2 11,6 0,60 3 400 1,15 11212 TN9

494

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Dimensions Abutment and Calculation factors


fillet dimensions

d d2 D1 B r1,2 Da ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ ~ min max max

mm mm –

20 28,9 41 40 1 41,4 1 0,30 2,1 3,3 2,2



25 33,3 45,6 44 1 46,4 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5

30 40,1 53,2 48 1 56,4 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5

35 47,7 60,7 52 1,1 65 1 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8

40 54 68,8 56 1,1 73 1 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8

45 57,7 73,7 58 1,1 78 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2

50 62,7 78,7 58 1,1 83 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2

60 78 97,5 62 1,5 101 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6

495

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Self-aligning ball bearings on adapter sleeve
d1 17 – 45 mm

# #
S
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#
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Open bearing Sealed bearing

Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Speed ratings Mass Designations


dimensions dynamic static load Refer- Limiting Bearing Bearing Adapter
limit ence speed + sleeve
d1 D B C C0 Pu speed sleeve

mm kN kN r/min kg –

17 47 14 12,7 3,4 0,18 32 000 20 000 0,16 1204 EKTN9 H 204



20 52 15 14,3 4 0,21 28 000 18 000 0,21 1205 EKTN9 H 205
52 18 16,8 4,4 0,23 26 000 18 000 0,23 2205 EKTN9 H 305
52 18 14,3 4 0,21 – 9 000 0,23 2205 E-2RS1KTN9 H 305 C
62 17 19 5,4 0,28 22 000 15 000 0,33 1305 EKTN9 H 305

25 62 16 15,6 4,65 0,24 24 000 15 000 0,32 g 1206 EKTN9 H 206
62 20 23,8 6,7 0,35 22 000 15 000 0,36 2206 EKTN9 H 306
62 20 15,6 4,65 0,24 – 7 500 0,36 2206 E-2RS1KTN9 H 306 C
72 19 22,5 6,8 0,36 19 000 13 000 0,49 1306 EKTN9 H 306
72 27 31,2 8,8 0,45 18 000 13 000 0,61 2306 K H 2306

30 72 17 19 6 0,31 20 000 13 000 0,44 g 1207 EKTN9 H 207
72 23 30,7 8,8 0,46 18 000 12 000 0,54 2207 EKTN9 H 307
72 23 19 6 0,31 – 6 300 0,55 2207 E-2RS1KTN9 H 307 C
80 21 26,5 8,5 0,43 16 000 11 000 0,65 1307 EKTN9 H 307
80 31 39,7 11,2 0,59 18 000 12 000 0,84 2307 EKTN9 H 2307

35 80 18 19,9 6,95 0,36 18 000 11 000 0,58 g 1208 EKTN9 H 208
80 23 31,9 10 0,51 16 000 11 000 0,58 2208 EKTN9 H 308
80 23 19,9 6,95 0,36 – 5 600 0,67 2208 E-2RS1KTN9 H 308 C
90 23 33,8 11,2 0,57 14 000 9 500 0,85 1308 EKTN9 H 308
90 33 54 16 0,82 14 000 10 000 1,10 2308 EKTN9 H 2308

40 85 19 22,9 7,8 0,40 17 000 11 000 0,68 g 1209 EKTN9 H 209
85 23 32,5 10,6 0,54 15 000 10 000 0,78 2209 EKTN9 H 309
85 23 22,9 7,8 0,40 – 5 300 0,76 2209 E-2RS1KTN9 H 309 C
100 25 39 13,4 0,70 12 000 8 500 1,20 1309 EKTN9 H 309
100 36 63,7 19,3 1 13 000 9 000 1,40 2309 EKTN9 H 2309

45 90 20 26,5 9,15 0,48 16 000 10 000 0,77 g 1210 EKTN9 H 210
90 23 33,8 11,2 0,57 14 000 9 500 0,87 2210 EKTN9 H 310
90 23 22,9 8,15 0,42 – 4 800 0,84 2210 E-2RS1KTN9 H 310 C
110 27 43,6 14 0,72 12 000 8 000 1,45 1310 EKTN9 H 310
110 40 63,7 20 1,04 14 000 9 500 1,90 2310 K H 2310

g Bearings and sleeves also available as KAM self-aligning ball bearing kits († page 474)

496

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d1 d3 D1 B1 B2 r1,2 da db Da Ba ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ min max min max min max

mm mm –

17 32 41 24 7 1 28,5 23 41,4 5 1 0,30 2,1 3,3 2,2



20 38 45,6 26 8 1 33 28 46,4 5 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
38 46,1 29 8 1 32 28 46,4 5 1 0,35 1,8 2,8 1,8
38 46,3 29 9 1 31 28 46,4 5 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
38 52,5 29 8 1,1 37 28 55 6 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5

25 45 53 27 8 1 40 33 56,4 5 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
45 55 31 8 1 38 33 56,4 5 1 0,33 1,9 3 2
45 54,1 31 9 1 36 33 56,4 5 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
45 60,9 27 8 1,1 44 33 65 6 1 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
45 60,9 38 8 1,1 41 35 65 5 1 0,44 1,4 2,2 1,4

30 52 62,3 29 9 1,1 47 38 65 – 1 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
52 64,2 35 9 1,1 45 39 65 5 1 0,31 2 3,1 2,2
52 62,7 35 10 1,1 42 39 65 5 1 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
52 69,5 35 9 1,5 51 39 71 7 1,5 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
52 68,4 43 9 1,5 46 40 71 5 1,5 0,46 1,35 2,1 1,4

35 58 68,8 31 10 1,1 53 43 73 6 1 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
58 71,6 36 10 1,1 52 44 73 6 1 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
58 69,8 36 11 1,1 49 44 73 6 1 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
58 81,5 36 10 1,5 61 44 81 6 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
58 79,2 46 10 1,5 53 45 81 6 1,5 0,40 1,6 2,4 1,6

40 65 73,7 33 11 1,1 57 48 78 6 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2
65 74,6 39 11 1,1 55 50 78 8 1 0,26 2,4 3,7 2,5
65 75,3 39 12 1,1 53 50 78 8 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2
65 89,5 39 11 1,5 67 50 91 6 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
65 87,4 50 11 1,5 60 50 91 6 1,5 0,33 1,9 3 2

45 70 79,5 35 12 1,1 62 53 83 6 1 0,21 3 4,6 3,2
70 81,5 42 12 1,1 61 55 83 10 1 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
70 79,5 42 13 1,1 58 55 83 10 1 0,20 3,2 4,9 3,2
70 95 42 12 2 70 55 99 6 2 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8
70 94,4 55 12 2 65 56 99 6 2 0,43 1,5 2,3 1,6

497

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Self-aligning ball bearings on adapter sleeve
d1 50 – 80 mm

# #
S
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#
% % E E

Open bearing Sealed bearing

Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Speed ratings Mass Designations


dimensions dynamic static load Refer- Limiting Bearing Bearing Adapter
limit ence speed + sleeve
d1 D B C C0 Pu speed sleeve

mm kN kN r/min kg –

50 100 21 27,6 10,6 0,54 14 000 9 000 0,99 g


1211 EKTN9 H 211
100 25 39 13,4 0,70 12 000 8 500 1,15 2211 EKTN9 H 311
100 25 27,6 10,6 0,54 – 4 300 1,10 2211 E-2RS1KTN9 H 311 C
120 29 50,7 18 0,92 11 000 7 500 1,90 1311 EKTN9 H 311
120 43 76,1 24 1,25 11 000 7 500 2,40 2311 K H 2311

55 110 22 31,2 12,2 0,62 12 000 8 500 1,20 1212 EKTN9 H 212
110 28 48,8 17 0,88 11 000 8 000 1,45 2212 EKTN9 H 312
110 28 31,2 12,2 0,62 – 3 800 1,40 2212 E-2RS1KTN9 H 312 C
130 31 58,5 22 1,12 9 000 6 300 2,15 1312 EKTN9 H 312
130 46 87,1 28,5 1,46 9 500 7 000 2,95 2312 K H 2312

60 120 23 35,1 14 0,72 11 000 7 000 1,45 1213 EKTN9 H 213
120 31 57,2 20 1,02 10 000 7 000 1,80 2213 EKTN9 H 313
120 31 35,1 14 0,72 – 3 600 1,75 2213 E-2RS1KTN9 H 313 C
140 33 65 25,5 1,25 8 500 6 000 2,85 1313 EKTN9 H 313
140 48 95,6 32,5 1,66 9 000 6 300 3,60 2313 K H 2313

65 130 25 39 15,6 0,80 10 000 6 700 2,00 1215 K H 215
130 31 58,5 22 1,12 9 000 6 300 2,30 2215 EKTN9 H 315
160 37 79,3 30 1,43 8 000 5 600 4,20 1315 K H 315
160 55 124 43 2,04 7 500 5 600 5,55 2315 K H 2315

70 140 26 39,7 17 0,83 9 500 6 000 2,40 1216 K H 216
140 33 65 25,5 1,25 8 500 6 000 2,85 2216 EKTN9 H 316
170 39 88,4 33,5 1,50 7 500 5 300 5,00 1316 K H 316
170 58 135 49 2,24 7 000 5 300 7,10 2316 K H 2316

75 150 28 48,8 20,8 0,98 9 000 5 600 2,95 1217 K H 217
150 36 58,5 23,6 1,12 8 000 5 600 3,30 2217 K H 317
180 41 97,5 38 1,70 7 000 4 800 6,00 1317 K H 317
180 60 140 51 2,28 6 700 4 800 8,15 2317 K H 2317

80 160 30 57,2 23,6 1,08 8 500 5 300 3,50 1218 K H 218
160 40 70,2 28,5 1,32 7 500 5 300 5,50 2218 K H 318
190 43 117 44 1,93 6 700 4 500 6,90 1318 K H 318
190 64 153 57 2,50 6 300 4 500 9,80 2318 KM H 2318

g Bearings and sleeves also available as KAM self-aligning ball bearing kits († page 474)

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Dimensions Abutment and fillet dimensions Calculation factors




d1 d3 D1 B1 B2 r1,2 da db Da Ba ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ min max min max min max

mm mm –

50 75 88,4 37 12,5 1,5 70 60 91 7 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6


75 89,5 45 12,5 1,5 67 60 91 11 1,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
75 88,5 45 13 1,5 65 60 91 11 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6
75 104 45 12,5 2 77 60 109 7 2 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
75 103 59 12,5 2 72 61 109 7 2 0,40 1,6 2,4 1,6

55 80 97,6 38 12,5 1,5 78 64 101 7 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6
80 98,6 47 12,5 1,5 74 65 101 9 1,5 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8
80 97 47 13,5 1,5 73 65 101 9 1,5 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6
80 118 47 12,5 2,1 87 65 118 7 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
80 112 62 12,5 2,1 76 66 118 7 2 0,33 1,9 3 2

60 85 106 40 13,5 1,5 85 70 111 7 1,5 0,18 3,5 5,4 3,6
85 107 50 13,5 1,5 80 70 111 9 1,5 0,24 2,6 4,1 2,8
85 106 50 14,5 1,5 79 70 111 7 1,5 0,18 3,5 5,4 3,6
85 127 50 13,5 2,1 89 70 128 7 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
85 122 65 13,5 2,1 85 72 128 7 2 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

65 98 116 43 14,5 1,5 93 80 121 7 1,5 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
98 118 55 14,5 1,5 93 80 121 13 1,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
98 138 55 14,5 2,1 104 80 148 7 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
98 139 73 14,5 2,1 97 82 148 7 2 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

70 105 125 46 17 2 101 85 129 7 2 0,16 3,9 6,1 4
105 127 59 17 2 99 85 129 13 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
105 147 59 17 2,1 109 85 158 7 2 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
105 148 78 17 2,1 104 88 158 7 2 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

75 110 134 50 18 2 107 90 139 8 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
110 133 63 18 2 105 91 139 13 2 0,25 2,5 3,9 2,5
110 155 63 18 3 117 91 166 8 2,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
110 157 82 18 3 111 94 166 8 2,5 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

80 120 142 52 18 2 112 95 149 8 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
120 142 65 18 2 112 96 149 11 2 0,27 2,3 3,6 2,5
120 165 65 18 3 122 96 176 8 2,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8
120 164 86 18 3 115 100 176 8 2,5 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

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Self-aligning ball bearings on adapter sleeve
d1 85 – 110 mm

# #
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#
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Principal Basic load ratings Fatigue Speed ratings Mass Designations


dimensions dynamic static load Refer- Limiting Bearing Bearing Adapter
limit ence speed + sleeve
d1 D B C C 0 Pu speed sleeve

mm kN kN r/min kg –

85 170 32 63,7 27 1,20 8 000 5 000 4,25 1219 K H 219


170 43 83,2 34,5 1,53 7 000 5 000 5,30 2219 KM H 319
200 45 133 51 2,16 6 300 4 300 7,90 1319 K H 319

90 180 34 68,9 30 1,29 7 500 4 800 5,00 1220 K H 220


180 46 97,5 40,5 1,76 6 700 4 800 6,40 2220 KM H 320
215 47 143 57 2,36 6 000 4 000 9,65 1320 K H 320
215 73 190 80 3,25 5 600 4 000 14,0 2320 KM H 2320

100 200 38 88,4 39 1,60 6 700 4 300 6,80 1222 K H 222
200 53 124 52 2,12 6 000 4 300 8,85 2222 KM H 322
240 50 163 72 2,75 5 300 3 600 13,5 1322 KM H 322

110 215 42 119 53 2,12 6 300 4 000 8,30 1224 KM H 3024

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d1 d3 D1 B1 B2 r1,2 da db Da Ba ra e Y1 Y2 Y0
~ min max min max min max

mm mm –

85 125 151 55 19 2,1 120 100 158 8 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4


125 151 68 19 2,1 118 102 158 10 2 0,27 2,3 3,6 2,5
125 174 68 19 3 127 102 186 8 2,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8

90 130 159 58 20 2,1 127 106 168 8 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4


130 160 71 20 2,1 124 108 168 9 2 0,27 2,3 3,6 2,5
130 185 71 20 3 136 108 201 8 2,5 0,23 2,7 4,2 2,8
130 186 97 20 3 130 110 201 8 2,5 0,37 1,7 2,6 1,8

100 145 176 63 21 2,1 140 116 188 8 2 0,17 3,7 5,7 4
145 177 77 21 2,1 137 118 188 8 2 0,28 2,2 3,5 2,5
145 206 77 21 3 154 118 226 10 2,5 0,22 2,9 4,5 2,8

110 145 190 72 22 2,1 150 127 203 12 2 0,19 3,3 5,1 3,6

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